Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Saint Holdings
By Heather Smathers | Eloy Enterprise
Eloy’s efforts to delay the purchase of right of way for a proposed north-south highway corridor was rejected this week by county officials.
On Wednesday, the Pinal County Board of Supervisors was asked to approve a purchase of land to eventually be right of way for the proposed freeway that would stretch from San Tan Valley in the north to Eloy, where it would connect with Interstate 10.
The 426 acres will be purchased from Saint Land Holdings for $8 million. According to the contract between the county and Saint Land Holdings, the closing date already was set for Feb. 25.